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The Anatomy of the Subjective & Objective Clinical Assessment with a focus...

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Anatomy Learning Centre, New Medical Building, Queen's University

15 Arch St

Kingston, Ontario K7L 3L4

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This course begins with an exhaustive account of the regional anatomy of the low back and pelvic girdle. Lectures and practical sessions are supplemented by prosected human specimens and Queen’s University’s world-class museum. Topography, palpation and sectional anatomy are stressed throughout active learning activities.

How to incorporate anatomically based decision making to the differential diagnosis of low back pain syndrome follows. Specific special tests for the region are demonstrated with guided instruction as are various treatment approaches to low back pain syndromes. Case studies create solid links between the clinical and cadaveric anatomy. The course concludes with guided practical sessions allowing students to implement course material to the treatment of low back pain syndrome.

Registration opens at 8:30am February 22, 2020. All materials are supplied by the CAM – HD Experience including notes. This practical course integrates the lab setting. Please bring appropriate lab and practical clothing. For more info visit the FAQ tab at www.camhde.ca

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Anatomy Learning Centre, New Medical Building, Queen's University

15 Arch St

Kingston, Ontario K7L 3L4

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